Women's Cancers

The only way to decrease cancer incidence is to inhibit the development of malignancies via preventive interventions and detection of precursor signs of the disease. Understanding the role of environmental, nutritional and other lifestyle factors would lead to a comprehensive prevention program for women. There is research strength at Purdue in the identification of effective strategies for prevention as we challenge traditional forward testing of modifiable risk factors using current methodology.
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Ignacio Camarillo

PhD, Department of Biological Sciences
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Chun-Ju (Alice) Chang

PhD, Department of Basic Medical Sciences
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Ji-Xin Cheng

PhD, Department of Biomedical Engineering
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Scott Crist

PhD, Department of Comparative Pathobiology
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Jo Davisson

PhD, Department of Medicinal Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology
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Rebecca Doerge

PhD, Department of Statistics
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Aimee Eggler

PhD, Department of Biological Sciences
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James Fleet

PhD, Department of Nutrition Science
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Joseph Irudayaraj

PhD, Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering
Shuang Liu profile picture

Shuang Liu

PhD, Department of Health Sciences
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Philip Low

PhD, Department of Chemistry
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Sulma Mohammed

PhD, Department of Comparative Biology
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JPR Robinson

PhD, Department of Basic Medical Sciences
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Barbara Stefanska

PhD, Department of Nutrition Science
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Dorothy Teegarden

PhD, Department of Nutrition Science
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Yoon Yeo

PhD, Department of Industrial and Physical Pharmacy